ELIZA BATLEY.
3rd July 1828
Reference Numbert18280703-106
VerdictGuilty > with recommendation
SentenceImprisonment

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1454. ELIZA BATLEY was indicted for stealing, on the 31st of May , two pairs of trousers, value 1l. , the goods of Edward Singleton .

MARIA SINGLETON . I am the wife of Edward Singleton; we work for Mr. Lloyd in the Commercial-road. I sent my little boy out with these trousers, and he came back and said the person in my house had got them.

Cross-examined by MR. PHILLIPS. Q. Have you not known her some time? Q. Yes, these twenty years; her husband has deserted her, and she has been rather distressed in her mind - I never knew her guilty of any bad act before.

JAMES SINGLETON . My mother sent me with two pairs of trousers to Mr. Lloyd; when I got to the top of Cross-street, Mrs. Batley asked me to let her hold my bundle, while I went to a house to ask for Mr. Batley - when I came out she was gone with the bundle.

FRANCIS JACKSON . I took up the prisoner and found a duplicate of the trousers on her.

ROBERT LINWOOD . I am a pawnbroker. The prisoner pawned these trousers with me.(Property produced and sworn to.)

GUILTY. Aged 38.

Recommended to Mercy - Confined Fourteen Days .


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